Ngorongoro's Animal Life

Ngorongoro's Animal Life

NCCA, (Editors)

1993

Book ID 192

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NCCA, (Editors) Ngorongoro's Animal Life, 1993
Extract Author: Baumann, Dr. Oscar
Extract Date: 1892 March 18

At noon on the 18th March, 1892

At noon on the 18th March, 1892, we suddenly found ourselves on the rim of a sheer cliff, and looked down into the oblong bowl of Ngorongoro, the remains of an old crater. Its bottom was grassland, alive with a great number of game.

Extract ID: 108

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NCCA, (Editors) Ngorongoro's Animal Life, 1993

Grant's gazelle is the largest of the two common gazelles. . . .

Grant's gazelle is the largest of the two common gazelles. It is named after the British explorer James Augustus Grant, who searched for the source of the Nile from 1860 to 1864.

Extract ID: 288
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